H P Lovecraft's eerie tale of a young author (based on his friend Robert Bloch, author of Psycho) and his investigation of a mysterious deserted church. Set in his beloved Providence, this tale contains beauty as well as terror. Read by MorganScorpion.
Reviewer:British Northern Soul
September 7, 2018 Subject:
A Wonderful Story and an equally fine reading
This story represents the best of HP Lovecraft. The scene is set in the true tradition of the Gothic horror. Lovecraft perfectly introduces the reader to what is to unfold and the mystery and horror which wait to be released on Federal Hill are revealed. It all starts with the flocks of birds that wheel about the sky freely but shun the dark church on the top of Federal Hill. Robert Blake is determined to investigate and then the darkness unfolds, revealing the horror in the church belfry.
Listen and enjoy!
November 29, 2010 Subject:
The Haunter of the Dark
@MorganScorpion, I listened to all your readings of HPL. I listen to them before I go to sleep at night. To get me in the mood for sleep!!!
I find this story one of the best he ever wrote.
(together with "Charles Dexter Ward", "Mountains of Madness" "Dagon" etc. etc.)
I wonder if you ever read the stories of Robert E. Howard? I would be thrilled if you could read some (if not all) of his stories.
If you read this and care to contact me, do so at: email@example.com
Thanks for all the hours of fun your readings made possible.
from the Netherlands